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Tevez Is Finally Ours

Tevez Is Finally Ours

Carlos Tevez has completed his protracted move to Manchester United today.

The Hammers have reached a compromise last week with the players' representative, Kia Joorabchian but United needed the Premier League's ratification to go ahead with the deal.

Sir Alex had expressed his contentment over the Prem's intense scrutiny: he had said it would leave no doubt over the clarity of the transfer, which cannot be overlooked in this case.

It seems the League are happy with all the details of the deal; unsurprising, as it's reported to be very similar to the one that took Javier Mascherano to Liverpool.

The player has arrived on a two-year loan deal but United have an option to buy him when this period expires. That will be another interesting summer but now we should be happy it's over.

He could play against Reading but Carlos Queiroz and Fergie both confirmed that he's not fit yet. The gaffer, however, stressed how great Tevez had done in training so we can be almost sure to see him in the derby game a week later.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Friday August 10 2007
Time: 2:33PM

Comments

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What a relief. We can now concentrate on the real business. Good luck to him and welcome to Old Trafford!
midlothian99
10/08/2007 14:43:00
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bout time too!
rk1888
10/08/2007 17:31:00
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This whole transfers been going on longer than Big Brother!
dazza71
10/08/2007 19:04:00
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well that is a bit of an overstatement saying as big brother is still running yet this who tevez affair has finished.
rk1888
10/08/2007 20:24:00
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correction* *whole**
rk1888
10/08/2007 20:24:00
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But the exaggeration is forgiveable, in this case...
midlothian99
10/08/2007 21:17:00
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So this is where you lot hide out then, good to know.
Blue is the colour
11/08/2007 19:55:00
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